Partnerships

It’s not surprising that Admirality Island in southeast Alaska is a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts.

Creativity Fosters Success in Alaska Partnerships

A creative partnership in Alaska found a way to attract funding for conservation—while also providing paid summer work for local youth.

The Guide to Watershed Investments Partnerships from the National Partnership Office and Watersheds Fish Wildlife Air and Rare Plants Staff highlights "lessons learned" and "recommended steps" for Forest Service employees to establish a watershed investment partnership.

Partnership Resource Center

The U.S. Forest Service works to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. Our partners include land management agencies across all levels of government, nonprofit and for-profit entities, and communities. Since the agency’s founding in 1905, partnerships have made significant contributions to our nation’s natural resource management. Explore this site to learn more.

Partnerships 101

Our Partnerships 101 page is a good place to start. It outlines steps, issues and resources for partnering with us.  Connect with us if you need more information!